Houston’s First ‘Parklet’ Open!

Houston’s first parklet officially approved by the City is located in front of the New Living store in the Heights.

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Pride Week!

The Houston Pride Parade took place in Montrose. 2014 marked 36 years of the Houston LGBT Pride Celebration.

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Pre Pride Parade

Stay Informed This Week!

Decisions made at City Hall affect you and your neighbors.

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Jul. 28, 2014Houston Public Media

Street Reconstruction Project Could Tie Up Traffic For A Year

The public will have the chance to learn about a major street reconstruction project at an upcoming town hall meeting. That project is expected to tie up traffic in a busy part of Houston for about a year.  Continue Reading »

Jul. 25, 2014Houston Chronicle

Decision on ERO petitions could come next week

The city should know by the end of next week whether opponents of Houston’s equal rights ordinance  gathered enough valid signatures to spur a November vote aimed at repealing the law, City Attorney David Feldman told council members Friday. Continue Reading »

Jul. 25, 2014Office of Council Member Ellen Cohen

This Week at City Hall

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Jul. 25, 2014Houston Chronicle

TxDOT preparing for Yale bridge replacement

Time is running out for the historic Yale Street bridge over White Oak Bayou as its condition deteriorates and surrounding development places increasing demands on it.

Some in the Heights- area community believe more should be done to preserve the 1930s-era structure, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Continue Reading »